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1 Super Quiz™ PowerPoint Test 7 2011-2012

2 Which countries formed the northern geographic boundaries of the Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century? d.Egypt Question 1 a.Algeria b.Persia c.Balkans d.Egypt e.Sudan

3 Which countries formed the northern geographic boundaries of the Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century? Question 1 c.Balkans (41, 1, 3)

4 How did the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” deal with his sympathies for the Burmese people? Question 2 a.openly expresses his anger for the British b.sincerely defended British policy c.kept his personal views secret d.wrote letters hoping to slowly improve conditions in Burma e.valued his emotional response as heavenly intervention

5 How did the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” deal with his sympathies for the Burmese people? Question 2 c.kept his personal views secret (104, 1, 1)

6 Mercantilism was MOST clearly associated with Question 3 a.Jean-Baptiste Colbert b.Count Gobineau c.Robert Knox d.Rudyard Kipling e.Benjamin Kidd

7 Mercantilism was MOST clearly associated with Question 3 a.Jean-Baptiste Colbert (9, 2, 3)

8 After which conflict did Great Britain gain control of five important Chinese ports? Question 4 a.First Opium War b. Second Opium War c.Afghan War of 1839 d.Anglo-Burmese Wars of 1852 e.Crimean War

9 After which conflict did Great Britain gain control of five important Chinese ports? Question 4 a.First Opium War (42, 1, 1)

10 Where was the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” embarrassed and angered by being tripped and then mocked? Question 5 a.town square b.courtroom c.church d.market e.football field

11 Where was the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” embarrassed and angered by being tripped and then mocked? Question 5 e.football field (103, 2, 2)

12 The autobiography Head above Water, as well as the fiction books In the Ditch and Second Class Citizen, were written by Question 6 a.Enoch Powell b.Buchi Emecheta c.Mohammed Ali Jinnah d.Vishnubhat Godse e.Meena Pathek

13 The autobiography Head above Water, as well as the fiction books In the Ditch and Second Class Citizen, were written by Question 6 b.Buchi Emecheta (108, 1, 3)

14 Which of the following was a commonly held belief in pre-Enlightenment Europe? Question 7 a.human biological sameness b.belief in human improvement c.irreconcilability of world cultures d.importance of free trade and laissez-faire economics e.application of reason to social reform

15 Which of the following was a commonly held belief in pre-Enlightenment Europe? Question 7 c.irreconcilability of world cultures (36, 2, 1)

16 In the context of Vishnubhat Godse’s narrative, a “Cambhar” was a(n) Question 8 a.infantryman b.priest c.street sweeper d.hospital worker e.armory guard

17 In the context of Vishnubhat Godse’s narrative, a “Cambhar” was a(n) Question 8 c.street sweeper (96, 1,2)

18 What was the center of the spice production for the Dutch trading industry in the seventeenth century? Question 9 a.Hong Kong b.Macau c.Malabar d.Coromandel e.Moluccas

19 What was the center of the spice production for the Dutch trading industry in the seventeenth century? Question 9 e.Moluccas (10, 1, 1)

20 The Colonial Expedition of 1931 occurred two years after the Question 10 a.end of the Franco-Prussian war b.annexation of Tunisia c.Wall Street Crash d.end of World War I e.publication of Juilan Duvivier’s Pépé-le-Moko

21 The Colonial Expedition of 1931 occurred two years after the Question 10 c.Wall Street Crash (51, 1, 1)

22 After the Second Opium War, China awarded extraterritorial rights, trading privileges, and military protection to all of the following countries EXCEPT Question 11 a.Japan b.Britain c.France d.United States e.Russia

23 After the Second Opium War, China awarded extraterritorial rights, trading privileges, and military protection to all of the following countries EXCEPT Question 11 a.Japan (42, 1, 1)

24 Who served as a loyal sepoy in the Bengal army during the annexation conflict in Oudh? Question 12 a.Vishnubhat Godse b.Sita Ram c.Pandurang Mahipat Belsare d.Tatya Tope e.Nana Sahib

25 Who served as a loyal sepoy in the Bengal army during the annexation conflict in Oudh? Question 12 b.Sita Ram (95, 2, 2)

26 After 1750, Europe increasingly bolstered its competition in trade with Asia with Question 13 a.industrial goods produced in Europe b.industrial goods produced in the Americas c.cash crops from the Caribbean d.tobacco and cotton from the North American colonies e.gold and silver from mines in the Americas

27 After 1750, Europe increasingly bolstered its competition in trade with Asia with Question 13 a.industrial goods produced in Europe (12, 2, 3)

28 Where did the British first meet with failure in their attempts to create a global economic empire? Question 14 a.New Zealand b.China c.Japan d.India e.Australia

29 Where did the British first meet with failure in their attempts to create a global economic empire? Question 14 c.Japan (42, 2, 3)

30 What specific image makes the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” realize that he will have to shoot the elephant? Question 15 a.sudden flurry of dust b.sea of yellow faces c.redness rising in his face d.the sharp scream of a child e.the plaintive shouts of a young mother

31 What specific image makes the narrator of “Shooting an Elephant” realize that he will have to shoot the elephant? Question 15 b.sea of yellow faces (105, 2, 1)

32 The brightly garbed figures of women sculpted by Niki de Saint Phalle are reflective of which culture? Question 16 a.Indian b.African Pygmies c.Caribbean d.Afrikaner e.Thai

33 The brightly garbed figures of women sculpted by Niki de Saint Phalle are reflective of which culture? Question 16 c.Caribbean (122, 2,1)

34 Which European nation was the first to outlaw the Atlantic slave trade? Question 17 a.France b.Denmark c.Britain d.United States e.Netherlands

35 Which European nation was the first to outlaw the Atlantic slave trade? Question 17 b.Denmark (36, 1, 2)

36 After the First Sino-Japanese War, the Europeans exacted trade privileges and concessions to pay for Question 18 a.establishing the opium trade b.naval blockades c.building railroads d.developing weaponry e.funding missionaries

37 After the First Sino-Japanese War, the Europeans exacted trade privileges and concessions to pay for Question 18 c.building railroads (86, 2, 1)

38 Which company settled the colony that formed the basis for the future white rule of South Africa? Question 19 a.Dutch West India Company b.British East India Company c.Dutch East India Company d.General India Company e.Brandenburg Africa Company

39 Which company settled the colony that formed the basis for the future white rule of South Africa? Question 19 c.Dutch East India Company (10, 2, 1)

40 During the sixteenth century, which Florentine mariner was sponsored by Francis I? Question 20 a.Bartolomé Ferrelo b.Hernando de Soto c.Francisco Vásquez de Coronado d.Juan Ponce de León e.Giovanni de Verrazzano

41 During the sixteenth century, which Florentine mariner was sponsored by Francis I? Question 20 e.Giovanni de Verrazzano (15, 1, 1)

42 The MOST successful European strategy for exerting control over Southeast Asian nations was Question 21 a.religion b.foreign aid c.trade d.education e.military

43 The MOST successful European strategy for exerting control over Southeast Asian nations was Question 21 c.trade (43, 1, 2)

44 The first Sino-Japanese War was fought primarily over control of Question 22 a.Burma b.Philippines c.Tibet d.Korea e.Malaya

45 The first Sino-Japanese War was fought primarily over control of Question 22 d.Korea (86, 2, 1)

46 Which country founded the settlement that eventually grew into the Cape Colony? Question 23 a.Netherlands b.Portugal c.France d.Britain e.Spain

47 Which country founded the settlement that eventually grew into the Cape Colony? Question 23 a.Netherlands (10, 2, 1)

48 Which war in the 1840s ended in the defeat of the Chinese? Question 24 a.Afghan Wars b.Anglo-Burmese War c.Crimean War d.Opium War e.Maroon Wars

49 Which war in the 1840s ended in the defeat of the Chinese? Question 24 d.Opium War (42, 1, 1)

50 The 1903 Investigative Report confirmed “the depopulation, slaughter, and disease” in the Question 25 a.Gold and Ivory Coast region b.Suez Canal region c.Cape of Horn region d.region along the Mediterranean coastline e.Congo Free State

51 The 1903 Investigative Report confirmed “the depopulation, slaughter, and disease” in the Question 25 e.Congo Free State (101, 2, 2)

52 The brightly garbed figures of Caribbean women sculpted by Niki de Saint Phalle are called Question 26 a.“Nanas” b.gado gado c.totems d.“first arts” e.couscous

53 The brightly garbed figures of Caribbean women sculpted by Niki de Saint Phalle are called Question 26 a.“Nanas” (122, 2, 1)

54 What port did the Chinese emperor block in 1840 in order to seize the opium supplies of foreign merchants? Question 27 a.Hong Kong b.Bombay c.Canton d.Batvia e.Bengal

55 What port did the Chinese emperor block in 1840 in order to seize the opium supplies of foreign merchants? Question 27 c.Canton (42, 1, 1)

56 The “annexation insult” in which Indian kingdom served as a major catalyst of the Indian Rebellion? Question 28 a.Bombay b.Delhi c.Oudh d.Calcutta e.Khajuri

57 The “annexation insult” in which Indian kingdom served as a major catalyst of the Indian Rebellion? Question 28 c.Oudh (95, 2, 3)

58 In 1815, Europe’s expansion into which of the following areas was the LEAST extensive? Question 29 a.Indonesia b.Indochina c.Caribbean d.South America e.Africa

59 In 1815, Europe’s expansion into which of the following areas was the LEAST extensive? Question 29 e.Africa (13, 1, 1)

60 Which term specifically referred to “work in non- cash systems of rural production” in the French colonies? Question 30 a.forced labor b.indemnity c.idling d.waged work e.extraction

61 Which term specifically referred to “work in non- cash systems of rural production” in the French colonies? Question 30 c.idling (52, 2, 1)

62 In the 1920s and 1930s, the open rebellions in Morocco, Syria, and Indo-China were reactions against colonial rule by Question 31 a.Spain b.France c.Portugal d.Netherlands e.Britain

63 In the 1920s and 1930s, the open rebellions in Morocco, Syria, and Indo-China were reactions against colonial rule by Question 31 b.France (53, 2, 1)

64 According to “Shooting an Elephant,” what does the “white man” destroy when he “turns tyrant”? Question 32 a.“his own freedom” b.“a piece of machinery” c.“faces all happy and excited” d.“his homeland” e.“humanity everywhere”

65 According to “Shooting an Elephant,” what does the “white man” destroy when he “turns tyrant”? Question 32 a.“his own freedom” (105, 2, 1)

66 The VOC trading post of Coromandel was located on the east coast of Question 33 a.India b.Australia c.Peru d.Canada e.Africa

67 The VOC trading post of Coromandel was located on the east coast of Question 33 a.India (10, 2, 1)

68 Which region of Africa served as a center for early Dutch and English settlers? Question 34 a.Angola on the West African coast b.Senegal in the Senegambia region c.the Cape of Good Hope region d.the Niger region in West Central Africa e.the Transvaal

69 Which region of Africa served as a center for early Dutch and English settlers? Question 34 c.the Cape of Good Hope region (44, 2, 1)

70 During the nineteenth century competition for the South Pacific, which two European countries split the western half of New Guinea? Question 35 a.Britain and Germany b.France and Denmark c.Italy and Germany d.Italy and the Netherlands e.France and Britain

71 During the nineteenth century competition for the South Pacific, which two European countries split the western half of New Guinea? Question 35 a.Britain and Germany (86, 2, 2)

72 What term does Bonnie Smith give to those immigrants who turned the focus of the traditional European population from the age of empire to twentieth-century multiculturalism? Question 36 a.“New Europeans” b.“Pan-Africans” c.“unwilling refugees” d.“Muslim proponents” e.“national liberationists”

73 What term does Bonnie Smith give to those immigrants who turned the focus of the traditional European population from the age of empire to twentieth-century multiculturalism? Question 36 a.“New Europeans” (109, 1, 1)

74 What was the accepted mantra of early to mid nineteenth-century imperial rhetoric? Question 37 a.state-private profit sharing b.competition for spheres of influence c.encroaching protectionism d.free market competition e.de-colonization

75 What was the accepted mantra of early to mid nineteenth-century imperial rhetoric? Question 37 d.free market competition (36, 2, 1)

76 The Dutch holdings in Southeast Asia in the nineteenth century did NOT include Question 38 a.Cambodia b.Sumatra c.western New Guinea d.Borneo e.Java

77 The Dutch holdings in Southeast Asia in the nineteenth century did NOT include Question 38 a.Cambodia (86, 2, 2)

78 Which country enjoyed “world dominion” in the eighteenth century? Question 39 a.Netherlands b.Russia c.France d.Britain e.Spain

79 Which country enjoyed “world dominion” in the eighteenth century? Question 39 d.Britain (10, 1, 1)

80 Which Spanish explorer discovered the Mississippi River? Question 40 a.Bartolomé Ferrelo b.Hernando de Soto c.Francisco Vásquez de Coronado d.Juan Ponce de León e.Giovanni de Verrazzano

81 Which Spanish explorer discovered the Mississippi River? Question 40 b.Hernando de Soto (14, 2, 3)

82 What was the first colony to receive Dominion status from Britain? Question 41 a.Australia b.Canada c.United States d.New Zealand e.South Africa

83 What was the first colony to receive Dominion status from Britain? Question 41 b.Canada (43, 2, 3)

84 The Anglo-Russian Entente of 1907 divided which of the following into a Russian sphere and a British sphere? Question 42 a.Persia b.Indochina c.Tibet d.Burma e.Afghanistan

85 The Anglo-Russian Entente of 1907 divided which of the following into a Russian sphere and a British sphere? Question 42 a.Persia (86, 1, 1)

86 Which body of water contributed the MOST to defining the “economic and political center of Europe” before the sixteenth century? Question 43 a.North Sea b.Mediterranean Sea c.Caspian Sea d.Adriatic Sea e.Black Sea

87 Which body of water contributed the MOST to defining the “economic and political center of Europe” before the sixteenth century? Question 43 b.Mediterranean Sea (10, 1, 1)

88 The Maori resistance is associated with the conflict between the indigenous people and expropriating settlers in Question 44 a.Australia b.New Zealand c.South Africa d.Siam e.Canada

89 The Maori resistance is associated with the conflict between the indigenous people and expropriating settlers in Question 44 b.New Zealand (44, 1, 1)

90 Which war dramatically changed Europe by weakening the great imperial powers of Britain and France and the smaller ones of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Portugal? Question 45 a.World War I b.World War II c.Korean War d.Vietnam War e.Boer War

91 Which war dramatically changed Europe by weakening the great imperial powers of Britain and France and the smaller ones of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Portugal? Question 45 b.World War II (108, 2, 1)


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